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A weaker front on Friday – The Big Picture

On Friday we have a weak front moving over the North Island, with generally speaking light westerly winds ahead of it, while winds tend more southwest as it moves through.

The front over the North Island – while weak generally speaking – may get invigorated in the afternoon and into evening due to ground heating providing a bit of omphh.
This could result in heavy showers anywhere from Northland through to the Bay of Plenty, though it’s just a chance really, and whatever rolls through should be gone before long.

The South Island sits under a breezy southwesterly airflow, meaning it’s mainly sunny for most although Southland and the West Coast see cloudy areas, with the low risk of a brief shower now and then.

– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell,


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